Friday, April 4, 2014

I Am A Cheater

Now that I am seriously taking control of myself, I can clearly see that I am a cheater. I know people will be surprised to read this about me. But, I have been spending the last 33 days reminding myself that I am worth the sacrifice. 

Guess what... It's not a sacrifice! It is a decision to monitor all of my activity. The results... A very happy husband. 

"Babe, can you tell Gia I love her?" I never thought I would hear that in my life! It's not something my husband of 19+ years should say. I love your dear friend Gia... What?

But the truth is I love Gia too! She has transformed my life. She has made me a better person and now the outside is matching the inside and as I shrink, I feel more alive. More my true self. 

Nothing taste better than skinny feels. #Truth. Nothing. I have to remind myself on a daily basis. A moment on the lips forever on the hips. Yes! Forever, until you stop cheating. Just stop. I did. 

Now, I plan my food in advance and prepare meals from scratch. I don't buy processed food. I use real organic food/ no GMO prepared food. And my body loves me. 

18.8# Yes!! I shredded it.... Gone forever. I look at myself in the mirror in my panties and I smile. I look hot! Apparently I feel hot too, sexy husband says so. That's all I really care about. 

So the next time you decide you want to look better or feel better, do it. Stop cheating. Log your food. Find a mentor. Stick to it and remind yourself as much as you need to that you are not a cheater and reshape yourself. I did!

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19 comments:

  1. Cooking from scratch with organic/natural foods is the best - our bodies really appreciate the extra effort. Thanks for a great reminder!

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  2. Fantastic!! Being at your optimal weight and eating healthy foods leads to a long, and this is the most important part... quality filled... life!! I'm on the journey myself so I can really appreciate your accomplishment!! I've 7 lbs to go and maintaining my optimal weight is about honoring who you are and "not cheating" yourself out of being the person you want to be!!

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  3. oh my god i LOVE THIS finally my best friends husband LOVES me!!!! tell him i have always loved him haha!! :) I am SO PROUD of you and SO thrilled to see my most GORGEOUS friend ALSO get fit ! i can't wait.... alicia keys wont have nothing on you baby when this is over... ;)

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    1. Thank you! He does LOVE you... for a long time. :)

      You are amazing and I am so happy.

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  4. That's great! That's awesome that you found a plan and saw success.

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  5. It is great to prepare your own meals from scratch using organic produce. It's what our bodies need

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  6. I actually do cheater day once a week! I love cheater day lol thank you for posting!

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  7. All that mattes as how you feel about yourself and it feels good when the hubby thinks so too!

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  8. I have heard that journaling is really a great way to keep track of what you eat.

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    1. It's a great way. I have been using Calorie Counter to check calories on food when I am making decisions... The application also lets me track my food and my weight.

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  9. I really work at eating heathy and working out.

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  10. Thank you for sharing these great tips to get us heathy.

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  11. I've gone gluten free and it's really helped me in many areas. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Me too! I love that I feel better. I haven't felt bloated the entire time.

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  12. I am glad to see that you are eating healthy and feeling good about it! I would love her too! lol

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  13. Good for you! Preparing your own food is the best way to control your body's health. Keep it up

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  14. I admit I am sometimes a cheater too:) I let myself have those cheat days though because it makes me have the desire to eat right and prepare healthy food the rest of the week:)

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  15. Oh my, what a great success story, thank you for sharing it
    :)

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  16. That produce looks so nourishing and healthy and yes - you deserve it! Well done on all of the changes you've made.

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